A long, scenic drive, solo (which pretty much equates to sanity), something I am not quite used to in the car, because well, you know, #kids • Windows rolled down • Music turned up • Loud, off-key vocals from yours truly • Loooong stretches of driving without endless potty breaks • Lot's of Audiobooks • Photo stops • Franklin Tennessee • Wild + Free convention • A few solid nights of sleep • Inspiration • Rest • FREEDOM • Serenity• An ADORABLE Air-bnb with dear friends, whom I can't wait to squeeze and another that I get to visit • A nap or two • In short a stay-at-home, homeschooling mamas dream come true • These are just a few of my favorite things and they all are happening next week! • I can hardly contain myself! • ----------------------------
Getting it all together and would LOVE your audiobook or podcast recommendations for the Drive! And to all the other #wildandfreeconf mamas doing this very thing, see you soon Ya'll!!!
•Another day, another shade• 💄
Rachael came in after trying multiple stylist to get her red color refreshed. Did you see the BEFORE in my insta story? It was completely orange 🍊 with two inches of new growth. She was told her hair was damaged and needed to be chopped off. She thought she needed to just color her hair back brown to reduce any further damage (that was a myth). I could tell she liked a bright, fun color and was sad about losing that so we added some Olaplex to all her formulas and went at it! No damage, no orange... only fresh, fall hair. 💋👌🏻
I love hanging out with people that make you forget to look at your phone. In a culture that is addicted to instant gratification where technological comunication and interaction overrides real life experiences, it's interesting what you take notice of when you just put your phone up. The people. The trees…they're changing ya know. The clouds… they're so dynamic in their quiet way. I know you want to capture every moment with your phone, but I want to challenge you to live in the moment. Watch the sunrise. Smile at the guy who bags your groceries. Wake up early. Read great books. Smell the wind before the storm rolls in. Keep your mind sharp and your energy focused. Put your phone away. I double-dog dare you.